Bayern Munich wins 31st German title with rout and Lewandowski show – Prime Time Zone

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The ninth consecutive victory of the national title came even before entering the field, with the defeat of second place RB Leipzig to Borussia Dortmund

Playback / @ FCBayernLewandowski scored three times in the match that secured Bayern’s 31st title in German

O Bayern Munchen this Saturday, 8, champion of the German Championship for the 31st time in its glorious history. The ninth consecutive victory of the national title came even before entering the field. Mathematically, with the defeat of the runner-up RB Leipzig to Borussia Dortmund, the Bavarian team has already been able to let out the champion cry without caring about the result against the Borussia Monchengladbach. Seven points behind the Bavarian Giant and with just two rounds to go until the end of the match, Leipzig, with the setback, handed over the long-awaited cup because they had no chance of overtaking and reaching the lead.

Even so, Bayern, lulled by the euphoria of another title, threw the party and ran over their opponents at the Allianz Arena, ending the match with a sound score of 6 a 0, entitled to three goals from the top scorer Robert Lewandowski. The current best player in the world can crown his direct participation in another trophy won by Bayern, when finishing the championship surpassing the historic mark of Gerd Müller, who scored 40 goals in a single edition of Alemão. Lewandowski, with the three goals scored this Saturday, reached 39. The striker will have two more chances in the last rounds, against Freiburg and Augsburg, to match or beat the record.

The game, with total dominance of the champions of the German, already started boiling, in the 2 minutes, with a striking goal of Lewandowski. Borussia Mönchengladbach did not see the color of the ball, such was the pressure from the team of coach Hansi Flick, who accumulates his second consecutive German title ahead of Bayern. In the 23rd minute, it was Thomas Müller’s turn to finish off a shot and make the second of the game after a great assist by Musiala. It only took 10 minutes from there for the title party in the field to become even more favorable for the home owners. And, again, with Lewandoswki. The Bayern star made his second and third of the match in a beautiful volley. Before the final whistle of the first half, Bayern closed the first 45 minutes with a sweeping rout. This time acting as a waiter, Lewandowski left his fellow attacker Coman in the face of the goal and the Frenchman only had the job of submitting, easily, against goalkeeper Sommer.

The second half would still be good for Bayern, with more chances to expand the rout more. The fifth goal was scored by none other than Lewandowski on a penalty, 21 minutes into the final stage. The number 9 was accurate for the collection and, with success in the beat, reached the mark of 39 goals in the championship, with only two to be consecrated as the highest scorer in an edition of the German. For those who thought that the rain of goals was over, Sané still found room for one more, with only a few minutes to end the match. The sixth goal decreed the team’s gala performance, the incredible victory and the title party on the field of the phenomenon Bayern Munich, the greatest German champion in history.

* With information from Estadão Content